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Can Potassium Chloride cause cramping of my legs?

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19 Dec 2009

Leg discomfort, numbness or tingling of feet, unusual muscle weakness are serious side effects of potassium chloride (cramps may be part of it). Please see your doctor and have an assessment done.

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